Category: Photoshop

Q&A With Matt Kloskowski

Picking up where we left off yesterday with Dave Cross, I’d like to welcome Matt Kloskowski to Canon Blogger and the LDP crowd.  He’s taken time out of his schedule to answer a couple questions about his approach to photography,…

Q&A With Dave Cross!!

That’s right, you read that right – I got a chance to get with none other than the Photoshop Guys and ask a few questions about Photoshop, their own projects, and tackle everything from product preferences to personal projects and…

Photoshop is not a bad word

A lot of photography conversations revolve around the question of how much editing has been done to a picture.  Terms like “sooc” (for straight out of camera) or raw, or “minimal editing” are involved.   I also have been known to…

Can you trust your meta data?

We all talk about tags, and flags and meta data whenever we are importing our photos into Photoshop, Lightroom, Aperture, or whatever program you use.  While there are discussions ad infinitum about the value of adding extra tags to your…

Migrating Photoshop to a New Computer

Over the past three years or so, I’ve had several people ask me about what’s involved in migrating from one installation of Photoshop to another, or what’s involved in moving from an old system to a new system.  With Photoshop,…

Creating a Monthly Desktop Calendar

I alluded to it yesterday, and have already had several people inquire about the procedure to create this desktop calendar.  It’s really quite clever, and kudos go out to Jeffrey Friedl over on his site for the script:  http://regex.info/blog/photo-tech/calendar He…

Adobe CS5 FAQ

Ever since Adobe announced the impending release of the latest Creative Suite 5, there have been many questions circulating in various online communities and outlets.  Although I was not one of the beta testers, I’ve been following the developments rather…